Latin America: Future inflation convergence

Leonardo Leiderman, head of Latin American Research at Deustche Bank and former head of research at the Bank of Israel, gives a report on the move towards inflation convergence in Latin America._________________________________________________


Latin American inflation is now well within single-digit territory, yet it isstill higher than the inflation rates in advanced countries and in otherdeveloping regions. At the same time, there has been a major reduction in

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